Delhi Technological University, Delhi

B.Tech Civil Engineering Delhi Technological University, Delhi

Quick Facts

Total Fees
7.13 Lakhs
Approval
AICTE
Seats
120

Fees Details

General:
7.13 Lakhs

B.Tech Lateral Entry Total Course Fees: Rs. 5,07,000.

Disclaimer: Data for total fees has been calculated based on all years/semesters as provided by the college. The actual fees may vary.

Course Details

  • Mode: Full time
  • Duration: 4 Years

Bachelor of Technology in Civil Engineering is a full-time four-year course degree Offered By Delhi Technological University, Delhi and approved by AICTE.

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Admission Process

  • Will be conducted through Joint Admission Counselling (JAC Delhi).
  • Admission in B. E. / B. Tech. Courses in DTU will be strictly on the basis of All India Rank in JEE (Main) - 2018 Paper-1.

Eligibility Criteria

A candidate securing 60% or more marks in the aggregate of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, and have passed English as a subject of study at the Senior School Certificate Examination Level (Core or Elective) AND having JEE Main 2018 Rank (Paper 1) shall be eligible for admission to the first semester of B. Tech. / B. E. course provided he/she has passed in each subject separately.

B.Tech Lateral Entry: Three-year regular diploma in any branch of engineering awarded by any state board of technical education/diploma recognized by AICTE, Delhi.

Student Reviews

One of the best engineering colleges in the country

Devashish Gupta
Posted on 10 Feb' 19 by Devashish Gupta
Batch of 2022 | B.Tech Civil Engineering
Established in 1941 ,DTU (Formerly Delhi College Of Engineering) is one of oldest Engineering college in the country and hence has a wide and successful alumni base across all possible sectors . The campus of 164 acres that too in the national capital gives you the right space to do all kinds of student activities and is the first thing which attracts students towards DTU . Placements here are the best in non old IITs in the country ( if you don't believe me you can check the official stats). The best part about the college is the overall development of an Individual that takes place here due to the activities in the various tech and non tech societies and interaction with the seniors (they are very helpful) .Even the sports infrastructure is good and fests here are best in North India . The faculty is average (comparable to NITs) and student quality is also pretty good . Overall it's a must join college if you aren't getting old IIT ,you won't ever repent taking DTU !
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Awesome college

Posted on 12 Feb' 17 by John
Batch of 2017 | B.Tech Civil Engineering
The campus is very great and not confusing like some colleges. The faculty is always ready to help whenever we need it. They all all are also very experienced and well studied hence an expert in their field. The pear here are great and this college have everything one could've asked for.
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Nice college with typical college life

Posted on 06 Feb' 17 by Rinku
Batch of 2020 | B.Tech Civil Engineering
Average faculty....not in acordance with the standards of dtu, good and genuine placements, numerous exposure ,internships and activities , hostels need to be renovated. In addition to this, students themselves need to search their motivation, guidance is rare. International societies are there.
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Average review

Posted on 28 Jan' 17 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2019 | B.Tech Civil Engineering
In general the amount of kids per branch has risen directly and the number of branches have also been mindlessly increased. The fees has now become almost threefold as compared to what used to be for the enrolment year 2K9. The uptake is that for a higher price you are essentially receiving an inferior education because the resources haven't matched the increase in available seats. The examination laws have seen improvements and have become more friendly though not very proactive and still very regressive. e.g. The back clearance procedure is still the same whereby no additional back exams are conducted during summer or winter breaks but all back candidates are tendered the subject papers being given to those attempting a course for the first time, i.e. if you receive a back in subject A in 3rd semester, you can only attempt that paper in the next odd semester with your juniors. it is now possible for former students as well as current to fully repeat a course including attending classes and reattempting both the internals and the finals by paying a per subject fee. The lab resources have become drastically limited per person, accommodation on the campus has become extremely limited due to higher intake without infrastructural addition. New faculty added is generally of a much inferior quality as compared to the earlier ones, and the difference is often stark, though this is highly dependent on your branch. The mass exodus of earlier faculty and HODs after the DCE->DTU saga has left the faculty threadbare in general. The college now conducts increased master's programmes as well as courses in MBA for engineering grads. The number of subjects imposed on a student (there are practically no electives, more on that later) has increased and the syllabi in each course has generally increased. This increase however, is of a very facetious nature as the course is still largely outdated and redundant. The emphasis on practical learning has dropped further with any worthwhile undergraduate research happening on the back of a student's extreme willingness, eagerness and networking skills wrt the faculty. Research work at faculty level has increased in amount after mandatory research requirements though the quality has not risen appreciably. Master's programmes have certainly seen more placements. I'll talk about placements in detail in a later section. The degree awarded has been changed from BE to BTech.
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Amazing college with amazing placements.

Posted on 26 Jan' 17 by Anuj Gupta
Batch of 2018 | B.Tech Civil Engineering
Arguably, it is one of the best engineering college of the country and at par with most of the IITs. According to me, life in this college is probably most amazing. One avenue in which the college lacks is the dedication of the faculty members. However, all that is foreshadowed by placement prospects and brand value of the institution.
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